Apple’s upcoming iOS 17 will make major changes to the iPhone’s phone app. The updated phone app adds real-time voicemail transcription, contact posters (shown when a user dials another iPhone user) and a new user interface with bolder fonts.
In addition, there is another adjustment that users who have used iPhone for a long time will need to get used to again. In a beta version of iOS 17, Apple moved the “end call” button to the bottom right corner instead of being centered in the bottom third of the screen.
This may cause some people to accidentally press the original button when hanging up the phone due to years of habit. Some netizens have already expressed on social media that it may take a while for them to get used to the new button position.
At present, most people have not installed iOS 17. After all, it only has a beta version at present, and the official version will be released in the fall.
It is noticed that this is not the first time that Apple has changed the interface that users have used for many years. Apple’s move may be to place the key buttons closer to the bottom of the phone and in a more ergonomic place, especially when the phone screen becomes larger. getting bigger. In 2021, Apple changed the interface of its Safari browser in the beta version of iOS 15, placing the URL bar at the bottom, but when the official version was released, Apple made adjustments to the design, undid some changes, and added Give the user the option to put the URL bar back at the top of the page.